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(New) SAT Math Strategies
What do you do if a geometry question…
If a question has a diagram, how do yo…
How do you find the area of a shaded r…
What do you do when a multiple choice…
Draw one. ... Get into the habit of always drawing (quick) diag…
On the SAT, every diagram is perfectly drawn to scale, unless…
The easiest way is to subtract the area of the white region f…
Remember that on the SAT the answer must be one of 4 choices,…
What do you do if a geometry question…
Draw one. ... Get into the habit of always drawing (quick) diag…
If a question has a diagram, how do yo…
On the SAT, every diagram is perfectly drawn to scale, unless…
40 terms
New SAT
intermittent (adj.)
rampant (adj.)
monologue (n.)
intervention (n.)
stopping and starting at intervals: not continuous
growing or occurring without restraint
a story or drama performed by one person
1) the act of interposing one thing between or among others... 2…
intermittent (adj.)
stopping and starting at intervals: not continuous
rampant (adj.)
growing or occurring without restraint
40 terms
New SAT
intermittent (adj.)
rampant (adj.)
monologue (n.)
intervention (n.)
stopping and starting at intervals: not continuous
growing or occurring without restraint
a story or drama performed by one person
1) the act of interposing one thing between or among others... 2…
intermittent (adj.)
stopping and starting at intervals: not continuous
rampant (adj.)
growing or occurring without restraint
New SAT TEST 1
noble
reluctant
cozy
tucked
Royal... The ............................. family visited the pl…
Unwilling - hesitant
comfortable
hidden
noble
Royal... The ............................. family visited the pl…
reluctant
Unwilling - hesitant
52 terms
New sat book
Compounded
Propensity
Supplanted
Fallibility, fallible
made worse; made up a whole.... I compounded the problem by tryi…
Natural inclination or tendency. Habit.... He has a propensity…
to take a place of, replaced, superseded.... supersede and rep…
Capable of making mistakes.... Humans are only fallible. ... Fall…
Compounded
made worse; made up a whole.... I compounded the problem by tryi…
Propensity
Natural inclination or tendency. Habit.... He has a propensity…
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(New) SAT Math Strategies
What do you do if a geometry question…
If a question has a diagram, how do yo…
How do you find the area of a shaded r…
What do you do when a multiple choice…
Draw one. ... Get into the habit of always drawing (quick) diag…
On the SAT, every diagram is perfectly drawn to scale, unless…
The easiest way is to subtract the area of the white region f…
Remember that on the SAT the answer must be one of 4 choices,…
What do you do if a geometry question…
Draw one. ... Get into the habit of always drawing (quick) diag…
If a question has a diagram, how do yo…
On the SAT, every diagram is perfectly drawn to scale, unless…
25 terms
New SAT
Equivocal
Facetious
Jocular
Laudatory
Ambiguous
Reacting to a situation with humor
Playful or mirthful
Praising
Equivocal
Ambiguous
Facetious
Reacting to a situation with humor
NEW SAT
Bigot
Counterfeit
Enfranchise
Noxious
Narrow-minded... Prejudiced person
Fake... False
Giving voting rights
Harmful... Poisonous... Lethal
Bigot
Narrow-minded... Prejudiced person
Counterfeit
Fake... False
30 terms
New SAT
Jubilation
Collusion
Paradigm
Glut
Happy
Conspiracy
Pattern
Fill to excess
Jubilation
Happy
Collusion
Conspiracy
5 terms
NEW SAT
grand
slant
drummer
remake
great/... Impressive
not straight up
A musician who plays the drums
Make something again
grand
great/... Impressive
slant
not straight up
New SAT
abase
abjure
abnormal
abrogate
to lower in rank
to reject
not normal
to abolish
abase
to lower in rank
abjure
to reject
25 terms
New SAT
Context
Argument
Claim
Counterargument
what something means based on how it is used in a sentence.
an assertion offered as evidence that something is true.
an assertion that something is true or factual.
an opinion offered in opposition to another position.
Context
what something means based on how it is used in a sentence.
Argument
an assertion offered as evidence that something is true.
New SAT
florid
superfluous
censure
discredit
flushed... e.g: A florid style of painting
more than enough... e.g: She gave him a look that made words sup…
strong criticism... e.g: a vote of censure on the government's f…
dishonor, disgrace... e.g: The photos were deliberately taken to…
florid
flushed... e.g: A florid style of painting
superfluous
more than enough... e.g: She gave him a look that made words sup…
15 terms
New SAT
Distinguish
Diligent
Domestic
Eccentric
to mark off as different, verb
constant effort to accomplish something, adj
relating to home, adj
deviating from a traditional practice, adj
Distinguish
to mark off as different, verb
Diligent
constant effort to accomplish something, adj
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New SAT Vocabulary #1
fracas
pleasurable
implacable
vitiate
a loud quarrel or fight
enjoyable
unable to appeased or pacified
spoil, destroy
fracas
a loud quarrel or fight
pleasurable
enjoyable
New SAT
voracious
indiscriminate
eminent
steeped
desiring or consuming great quantities
choosing at random without careful selection
of high reputation, outstanding
soaked, drenched, saturated
voracious
desiring or consuming great quantities
indiscriminate
choosing at random without careful selection
NEW SAT
accept
except
adverse
averse
verb, receive, gain, accept something as true, believe
preposition: not including, besides
adjective: harmful, unlucky, unfavorable
adjective: having a strong feeling of opposition
accept
verb, receive, gain, accept something as true, believe
except
preposition: not including, besides
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New SAT Vocabulary #2
scope
harbor
choleric
narcissistic
1. range 2. opportunity, possibility
1. (noun) safe place or shelter, particularly for boats 2. (v…
easily angered
conceited; having excessive self-love or admiration
scope
1. range 2. opportunity, possibility
harbor
1. (noun) safe place or shelter, particularly for boats 2. (v…
New SAT-2
Contentious
Constraint
Delude
Desperate
Quarrelsome;... Always ready to argue or fight
a limitation or restriction;... compulsion; repression of feeling
v. to make someone believe something that is untrue; to deceive
hopeless
Contentious
Quarrelsome;... Always ready to argue or fight
Constraint
a limitation or restriction;... compulsion; repression of feeling
New Sat
Accede
Acclaim
Acquiesce
Affable
(v)... Give in... Agree to... Take office
Praise
Give in
Friendly
Accede
(v)... Give in... Agree to... Take office
Acclaim
Praise
45 terms
New SAT vocabulary
relegate
indiscriminate
raucous
recourse
(v.) to assign to a lower position
(adj.) not marked with distinction
(adj.) unpleasantly loud or disorderly
(n.) a source of help
relegate
(v.) to assign to a lower position
indiscriminate
(adj.) not marked with distinction
20 terms
New SAT Set C
Prohibitive
Provoke
Inaccessible
Judicious
(adj.) (especially of a law or rule) forbidding or restrictin…
(v.) to stimulate or give rise to (a reaction or emotion, typ…
(adj.) unable to be reached
(adj.) having, showing, or done with good judgment or sense
Prohibitive
(adj.) (especially of a law or rule) forbidding or restrictin…
Provoke
(v.) to stimulate or give rise to (a reaction or emotion, typ…
20 terms
New SAT Set A
Foresight
Nostalgia
Folly
Candid
(n.) the ability to predict or the action of predicting what…
(n.) a sentimental longing or wistful affection for the past,…
(n.) lack of good sense; foolishness.
(adj.) truthful and straightforward; frank
Foresight
(n.) the ability to predict or the action of predicting what…
Nostalgia
(n.) a sentimental longing or wistful affection for the past,…
65 terms
New SAT Tips
4 overall startegies
pre determination
logical guessing
second guessing
pre-determination, logical guessing, second guessing, and 30…
-cover your answers... -pick before you peak... -match and eliminate
-cross off answers that you know are wrong
-first answer choice is usually correct... -dont change your ans…
4 overall startegies
pre-determination, logical guessing, second guessing, and 30…
pre determination
-cover your answers... -pick before you peak... -match and eliminate
20 terms
New SAT Set D
Credence
Irrefutable
Disrepute
Dubious
(n.) belief in or acceptance of something as true
(adj.) impossible to deny or disprove
(n.) the state of being held in low esteem by the public; dis…
(adj.) hesitating or doubting
Credence
(n.) belief in or acceptance of something as true
Irrefutable
(adj.) impossible to deny or disprove
20 terms
New SAT Set B
Prudence
Aloof
Derail
Acknowledge
(n.) the ability to govern and discipline oneself by the use…
(adj.) not friendly or forthcoming; cool and distant
(v.) to obstruct (a process) by diverting it from its intende…
(v.) to accept or admit the existence or truth of
Prudence
(n.) the ability to govern and discipline oneself by the use…
Aloof
(adj.) not friendly or forthcoming; cool and distant
334 terms
SAT new
zephyr
zenith
wry
writhe
n. a soft gentle breeze
n. the highest point reached by a celestial or other objects
adj. using or expressing dry, esp. mocking, humor
vb. (no obj.) respond with great emotional or physical discom…
zephyr
n. a soft gentle breeze
zenith
n. the highest point reached by a celestial or other objects
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NEW SAT
comply
deference
prejudice
vie
顺从
尊敬
偏见
竞争
comply
顺从
deference
尊敬
100 terms
NEW SAT 1201-1300
opulent
lineage
resolution
worldly
rich
a line of descendents of a particular ancestor, family tree
1)determination, a firmness of purpose or belief 2)a solution…
1)mundane, material 2)sophisticated
opulent
rich
lineage
a line of descendents of a particular ancestor, family tree
100 terms
NEW SAT 701-800
tongue-in-cheek
garrulous
perennial
subsist
1)ironically, mockingly 2)kidding
talkative, loquacious
continuing, perpetual, lasting for a long time
to exist, live
tongue-in-cheek
1)ironically, mockingly 2)kidding
garrulous
talkative, loquacious
100 terms
NEW SAT 1401-1500
inquisitive
mecca
unadorned
discredit
curious
a place that attracts many visitors
simple, without decoration
1)to defame 2)reject
inquisitive
curious
mecca
a place that attracts many visitors
100 terms
NEW SAT 1901-2000
prescribe
drab
relegate
nemesis
1)to order the use of 2)to establish rules, laws
dull, cheerless
to banish or assign to a lower position
(p) foe
prescribe
1)to order the use of 2)to establish rules, laws
drab
dull, cheerless
100 terms
NEW SAT 601-700
taint
tonic
striking
chauvinist
to contaminate, mar
curing, energizing
noticeable, impressive
biased devotion to any group, cause, fanatical patriotism, ji…
taint
to contaminate, mar
tonic
curing, energizing
10 terms
Vocabulary for the New SAT: Book 1 Lesson 1
Licentious
numismatist
paucity
obtrude
lacking moral discipline
a collector and student of money (and coins in particular)
a scarcity, lack
thrust oneself in as if by force
Licentious
lacking moral discipline
numismatist
a collector and student of money (and coins in particular)
211 terms
New SAT
accolade
ambivalence
ambivalent
apparition
praise
uncertainty; having 'mixed' feelings
unable to decide
ghost; something that 'appears'
accolade
praise
ambivalence
uncertainty; having 'mixed' feelings
Sat new
Cogent
Consensus
Contentious
Defamation
Clear, logical
General agreement
Causing or likely to cause an argument; controversial
The act of damaging the good reputation of (someone)
Cogent
Clear, logical
Consensus
General agreement
83 terms
NEW SAT
account
agitate
bind
promulgate
reason, recordord, bank account
disturb, move
strict, string
To make known officially
account
reason, recordord, bank account
agitate
disturb, move
30 terms
SAT NEW
Profusion
Quagmire
Querulous
Quiescence
Overabundance; lavish expenditure; excess
Soft wet boggy land; complex of dangerous situations from whi…
Complaining; fretful
State if being at rest
Profusion
Overabundance; lavish expenditure; excess
Quagmire
Soft wet boggy land; complex of dangerous situations from whi…
10 terms
new sat
apopletic
loquacious
frugal
susurrus
enraged
talkative
cheap
quiet conversation mumbling
apopletic
enraged
loquacious
talkative
100 terms
NEW SAT 1601-1700
crucial
tremulous
sought
embodiment
extremely important, critical
timid, fearful
trying to obtain or acquire
to exemplify, personify in concrete form
crucial
extremely important, critical
tremulous
timid, fearful
100 terms
NEW SAT 2001-2100
flamboyant
radiate
gratitude
conventional
showy, ornate, florid
to emit light, to send or spread out from
thankfulness
1)normal, ordinary 2)traditional
flamboyant
showy, ornate, florid
radiate
to emit light, to send or spread out from
33 terms
New sat
Pledge
Delegate
Dramatize
Spur
Promise
send or authorize (someone) to do something as a representati…
to make a situation seem more important or serious than it re…
Encourage
Pledge
Promise
Delegate
send or authorize (someone) to do something as a representati…
100 terms
NEW SAT 901-1000
affluent
daunted
robust
guile
rich
intimidated, scared
vigorous, strong
deceit, cunningness
affluent
rich
daunted
intimidated, scared
New sat
Ecstatic
Frank
Insincere
Irate
Excited
Straitforward
Dishonest
Aggravated
Ecstatic
Excited
Frank
Straitforward
11 terms
New SAT
SALT -
Effect of war of 1812
Wilson why WW1
Wallace pol cartoon
Nixon
Expanded domestic manufac
Make the world safe for democ
No law and order platform
SALT -
Nixon
Effect of war of 1812
Expanded domestic manufac
12 terms
New SAT
unveiled
sufficient
confided
dispatch
show or announce publicly for the first time
enough; adequate
tell someone about a secret or private matter while trusting…
deal with (a task, problem, or opponent) quickly and efficien…
unveiled
show or announce publicly for the first time
sufficient
enough; adequate
New sat
Fervent
Fleeting
Foreboding
Forlorn
Passionate
Transient
Cynical
Miserable
Fervent
Passionate
Fleeting
Transient
New SAT
Impute
Inconsequential
Incompatible
Inevitable
Verb; To attribute to someone
Adjective; Unimportant, Trivial
Adjective; Unable to work together
Adjective; Certain, Unavoidable
Impute
Verb; To attribute to someone
Inconsequential
Adjective; Unimportant, Trivial
Sat new
Emigmate
Erudite
Affable
Audacity
Mysterious puzzling inexplicable
Scholarly smart
Friendly courteous amiable
Excessive boldness rashness daring
Emigmate
Mysterious puzzling inexplicable
Erudite
Scholarly smart
16 terms
New SAT
Harbinger
Jejune
Prosaic
Banal
An omen, sign of future events.
Boring, uninteresting.
Common, ordinary
Lacking originality
Harbinger
An omen, sign of future events.
Jejune
Boring, uninteresting.
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